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Codeworks

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Codeworks is an immersive coding bootcamp with campuses in several locations around the world. Students can attend Codeworks courses in-person or remotely. Programs include 8-week and 12-week, full-time, software engineering and full-stack web development courses. All programs cover HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node, Express, SQL and NoSQL databases, Angular, and React, with the 12-week course also covering DevOps, continuous deployment and systems architecture. The course...
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  • Aaisha Rehman
    Full Stack Software Engineer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Berlin
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    Jan 27, 2024
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    Transformative Full Stack Bootcamp Experience!

    I recently completed the Full Stack Immersive Software Engineering bootcamp at Codeworks, and the impact on my career has been nothing short of transformative. The curriculum is comprehensive, covering both front-end and back-end technologies, and the hands-on projects provided invaluable real-world experience.

    The instructors are not only experts in their fields but are also incredibly dedicated to ensuring each student's success. The emphasis on problem-solving and c...
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  • Guillaume Rouchaud
    Guillaume Rouchaud
    Software Engineer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Barcelona
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    Jan 10, 2024
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    Difficult but high quality Program

    Very good bootcamp, very comprehensive, provides all the necessary tools to enter the workforce. It is a very tough and intense training in terms of pace, but you are truly immersed in conditions similar to those of a real company.
    Pros
    -Students are consistently encouraged to find solutions on their own in order to learn how to find information independently, but when they get stuck, the instructors are immediately available. 
    -The training content is very comprehensive and pro...
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  • Daniel
    Daniel
    Senior Software Engineer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Barcelona
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    Jan 09, 2024
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    Transformative Learning Experience

    From day one at Codeworks, I felt confident in my choice. The bootcamp was intense, but the curriculum was both challenging and engaging, pushing us to improve at every step. A standout feature for me was the selective entry process. Getting in isn't easy – you have to pass a series of interviews. This means everyone is really committed to learning, which creates a fantastic environment where everyone is eager to spend long hours together, six days a week, fully immersed in tech.

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  • Carlos Bárcena
    Graduate • Online
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    Jan 09, 2024
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    Life changing

    Joining the Codeworks Software Engineering Immersive was one of the best decisions I have made. It is a course designed for the most motivated developers and pushes the students limits. I chose it after conducting extensive research, speaking with previous graduates, and comparing the programs of various similar bootcamps. I found the program to be very complete, with updates as technologies evolve. The instructors, all very skilled, push students to learn by motivating them to work inde...
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  • Weronika
    Weronika
    Full-Stack Developer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Berlin
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    Dec 14, 2023
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    rewarding and intense bootcamp experience

    I recently completed the Codeworks bootcamp in Berlin, and overall, it was a gratifying experience. The highlight? Securing a job post-bootcamp – a testament to the program's effectiveness.

    Positives:
    Job Success:
    Delighted to report that I've successfully transitioned into a new role.
    • Community: The people at Codeworks made the journey enjoyable. Lucky to have been surrounded by such a supportive and friendly cohort....
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  • Christopher Scheppele
    Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Barcelona
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    Nov 07, 2023
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    Good bootcamp questionable company

    A long but honest review. If I could do it again, I would choose somewhere else.  To give this company a little credit, you do actually learn quite a bit during your time in the course, and most of the instructors were friendly and knowledgeable, but not enough to compensate for the financial or emotional costs, especially when it comes from a company who cares so little about their students and you have to supplement a third of their lectures for clearer/more instructional videos on You...
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    Alex of Codeworks

    CEO

    Nov 09, 2023

    Dear Christopher,

    We’re sorry to hear that your experience wasn’t up to your expectations. We work every day to improve, and any constructive feedback is welcome. On the other hand, there are some statements in your review that we can’t reconcile at all with our way of working, and even pass the threshold of defamation.

    Be assured that we do care a lot about our students, and have been constantly doing so for more than 7 years, as shown in all the reviews here and on several other platforms.

    Just to make an example, when you failed the assessment to progress to the second half of the course, we offered you to repeat the entire first half for free. Honestly, this doesn’t seem the behavior of an educational institution that prioritizes profit over student care.

    Also, you said that our student-to-teacher ratio is 40 to 1. But during your cohort there were 30 students in total, and we had 15 instructors on duty (of which 11 were full-time and 4 part-time). This is a 2 to 1 ratio, which is even better than our general approach of 5 to 1.

    Regarding our methodology, sometimes we encourage students to read the docs or push them to find a solution on their own if useful, instead of providing the full solution upfront. This is part of how we work and helps the students develop certain skills that are required to become successful software engineers.

    We understand this might not be a good fit for your learning style and we would have happily addressed this earlier if you had brought it up with us during the course.

    About the online vs onsite course, we make very clear on our website and during the whole admission process that there are only 3 differences for the onsite option: a dedicated campus, meeting your tutor in person for daily check-ins, and working next to your classmates. We even have a website page dedicated just to this: https://codeworks.me/program-comparison/

    On another topic, we can assure you that we take career assistance and student outcomes very seriously. In fact, we are one of the very few bootcamps in the world that transparently publishes outcomes data (every 6 months), and clearly states how this data is generated: https://codeworks.me/outcomes/

    There are no “unspoken caveats”. The term “actively looking” simply means that the student is applying to companies. Because if someone doesn’t apply to jobs at all they can’t get hired. We mentor students, encourage them, and assist them every step of the way. If they decide not to run a job search in the end it’s a personal choice (and totally legitimate). Also, honoring our transparency, in our outcomes data we clearly state how many students decide not to run a job search.

    Finally, regarding the laptops stolen, we’re deeply sorry for what happened and, as you mentioned, we were damaged as well. The laptops were all left unattended and, as the security cameras have shown, the burglar entered the building when a student was receiving a food delivery.

    We went out of our way to support the students, by getting everyone a new laptop within hours (which is outside of the services we offer and clearly not included in our contractual obligations), so that you could continue your educational experience with as little disruption as possible.

    Also, we offered dedicated extra tutoring to your group to recover any missed instructional topics or notes.

    At the time of the event, to make sure we complied with the highest standards, we reviewed our policies with other top educational institutions, and no school or university ever reimburses their students for stolen items that are left unattended. Also, we tell our students in person at the beginning of the course and state in our contract that everyone is responsible for attending their valuables.

    I hope this answers at least some of your concerns. Please rest assured that we work every day to improve our offering. We’re always available to hear your feedback and are excited to help all our students become successful software engineers.
  • Erban Danaj
    Erban Danaj
    Software Engineer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Online
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    Oct 01, 2023
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    A dynamic and comprehensive introduction to full-stack development.

    Pros:- Comprehensive Curriculum: The bootcamp covered both front-end and back-end technologies comprehensively, ensuring a holistic understanding of full-stack development.- Hands-on Projects: Real-world projects were integrated throughout the course, allowing me to apply the learned concepts in a practical setting.- Diverse Teaching Methods: The bootcamp employed a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, interactive exercises, and Q&A sessio...
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  • Sohyun Lim
    Software Engineer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • London
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    Sep 16, 2023
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    intense and practical bootcamp

    I enrolled in the Codeworks Software Engineering Immersive Course after receiving a recommendation while searching for an on-site coding bootcamp. Despite the highly competitive job market, I was able to secure a job within approximately three months of graduating.  The curriculum is very practical, covering technologies widely used by many tech companies. It provides an immersive learning environment that allows you to fully engage with the material. The instructors are readily availabl...
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  • Dave Waldorf
    Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Berlin
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    Sep 14, 2023
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    My Codeworks Adventure


    I recently graduated from Codeworks Software Engineering Bootcamp, and I can't emphasize enough how transformative this experience has been for me. I joined the bootcamp with a strong desire to transition into the tech industry, and Codeworks exceeded my expectations in every way.


    The curriculum at Codeworks is meticulously designed and constantly updated to reflect the latest industry trends. From JavaScript and React to Node.js and GraphQL, the coursework c...
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  • Evelia Alejandra Salgado Paz
    Front end developer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Online
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    Sep 14, 2023
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    Codeworks bootcamp!! (Online)

    PROs: Topics of study are relevant for the industry at the moment, the tools you learn are applicable to a wide range of full-stack/FE/BE developer positions. Lectures and exercises are well structured. Very competent instructors. Good career follow-up and support. Access to a wide network of developers. Most students show up every morning with an open mindset and are willing to be collaborative and to support each other. You will learn A LOT.

    CONs: INTENSE. 12 hrs a day for 12 we...
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  • Marzena Recio Gromowska
    Marzena Recio Gromowska
    Front end Developer • Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • London
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    Jul 21, 2023
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    Best bootcamp on the market!

    Codeworks in my opinion is really best programming bootcamp. Worth every penny spent. It is hard, super hard and fast pace (sometimes overwhelming fast!), and push you out of your comfort zone! But you can find out that you are capable to learn a massive amount of knowledge in very short time and then find a job after! 
    They teach you how to learn in a fast way to be on top with the market trends and new programs. All you need is willing (really willing) to learn. So if that is your g...
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  • Karl Fredriksson
    Karl Fredriksson
    Graduate • Software Engineering Immersive • Online
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    Jun 22, 2023
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    Intense but worth it

    I loved my time at Codeworks. It is a rare thing to wake up feeling like your excited about all the new things you're going to learn. For me, Codeworks was like this every day for 3 months straight. Due to the exclusive nature of the entrance requirements, you are more or less guaranteed to be working with and around a group of incredibly smart people, and due to this there are few times in my life when I’ve felt more intellectually stimulated. This, combined with a well thought out curr...
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Codeworks Alumni Outcomes

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Employment Rate
98%
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Median Salary
Of the students who enroll at Codeworks, 98% graduated. 67% of graduates were job-seeking and 100% of job-seeking graduates found in-field employment after 180 days and report a median income of . Below is the 180 Day Employment Breakdown for 40 graduates included in this report:
180 Day Employment Breakdown
DescriptionPercentage
Full Time, In-Field Employee97.5%
Full-time apprenticeship, internship or contract position2.5%
Short-term contract, part-time position, freelanceN/A
Employed out-of-fieldN/A
Notes and Caveats
We do not report median salary as our graduates find jobs in many different cities around the world, with different economies and costs of living. For this period out graduates secured salaries 24% above the average for Software Engineers in their location.More information at codeworks.me/outcomes
* These outcomes are not audited by Course Report. In some cases, data is audited by a third party.

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Codeworks Alumni Reviews Summary

Based on 150+ Codeworks alumni reviews on Course Report, students praise the immersive coding bootcamps for their comprehensive curriculum covering software engineering and full-stack web development. The hands-on approach and experienced instructors are frequently highlighted. "The bootcamp provided a solid foundation in full-stack development, with hands-on projects and diverse teaching methods." However, some reviews mention inconsistencies in instructor experience and the fast-paced, intensive nature of the courses.
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FAQs

How much does Codeworks cost?

Codeworks costs around €11,800. On the lower end, some Codeworks courses like Web Development Immersive cost €8,200.

What courses does Codeworks teach?

Codeworks offers courses like Corporate training, Software Engineering Immersive, Web Development Immersive.

Where does Codeworks have campuses?

Codeworks has in-person campuses in Barcelona, Berlin, and London. Codeworks also has a remote classroom so students can learn online.

Is Codeworks worth it?

The data says yes! Codeworks reports a 95% graduation rate, and 99% of Codeworks alumni are employed. The data says yes! In 2019, Codeworks reported a 98% graduation rate, a median salary of , and 100% of Codeworks alumni are employed.

Is Codeworks legit?

We let alumni answer that question. 160 Codeworks alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed Codeworks and rate their overall experience a 4.9 out of 5.

Does Codeworks offer scholarships or accept the GI Bill?

Yes, Course Report is excited to offer an exclusive Codeworks scholarship for $500 off tuition!

Can I read Codeworks reviews?

You can read 160 reviews of Codeworks on Course Report! Codeworks alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed Codeworks and rate their overall experience a 4.9 out of 5.

Is Codeworks accredited?

While bootcamps must be approved to operate, accreditation is relatively rare. Codeworks doesn't yet share information about their accreditation status.

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